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Sep 25, 2011
Have any of you ever tried it? It is so warm and comforting. I can see why the Brits love tea time.
Jun 22, 2011
First I gave each of them a Tea Set in a 'lil wicker basket and we'd sit together and have a tea party (when I get to go visit them, none live here).
When they got old enough to help bake in the kitchen, we'd bake tea biscuits (cookies) together and have with our tea. Which made for a fun tea party.
I have 6-Grandgirls now and 1-more on the way. I love it when we can go get them, in the summer while they are out on school vacations, and bring them home with us and we can had daily tea parties...we make cookies, cupcakes, cakes and mini-pies to eat with tea.
My love of tea and tea parties was started back when I was a little girl growing up.
One of my favorite memories was when my Mother or one of my 2-Grandmothers would have a daily tea party with me out on the front porch of our old farm house in the country.
Do you have 'Tea Time Memories'...if so, please share them with the rest of us.
Jun 1, 2011
Teas, sugar cubes, tea ball
Small pretty spoons, Place mats, napkins
Tea party plates, small knives for spreading
Tea biscuits, butter cookies, lemon curd
Note cards, doilies, paper doilies
Scented jar candles, rose bud vase.